Published for over 40 years, the bulletin is content and image-rich and includes several news clips of recent interesting climate events. With an academic background in international business, James is the manager, writer, editor and researcher and lead consultant and speaker for Browning Media LLC, helping to present accurate climatological projections for a myriad of U. Alex Seagle has worked with Evelyn Browning-Garriss and The Browning Newsletter for over 10 years, handling distribution and marketing of the newsletter, as well as facilitating and scheduling speaking and consulting engagements. David is responsible for developing and managing client relationships and expanding our customer base.
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For the past 35 years, The Browning Newsletter has maintained a belief that a person is significantly influenced by the climate in which they exist. Therefore, in understanding the past and present conditions of the climate in which they live, they can use the momentum of change to their advantage in the future. Evelyn Browning Garriss has been working on the Browning Newsletter for the past 25 years and has been the head writer and editor for the past She is known as "The Weather Lady" in Canada and has given presentations from Singapore to London, and throughout North America on climate and its effect on the world.
Evelyn is currently writing The Browning Newsletter as well as a new weekly e-mail update known as "The Volcano Watch". Expect a strong El Nino this winter to warmer conditions in the northern tier of states and most of Canada. This should lead to lower heating demand, as well as fewer travel and transportation difficulties.
The southern tier of states should get cooler, wetter Over the next 6 months, two major climate factors will shape global weather. It is benign for most of US agriculture and lowers winter heating demand for most of Canada and large portions of the Western and Northern US. However, the impacts on other portions of the North American economy are not as favorable.
However, as a nation dominated by seasonal monsoons, the impact has been much more complex. Three factors — volcanic debris, more variable polar jet streams and increased human habitation in high-risk areas — are creating extreme weather and high insurance payouts. Some of these are temporary while other factors will last for decades. The changes in precipitation patterns created by the negative Pacific Decadal Oscillation PDO have made some agricultural areas more productive and others more drought-prone.
This article has maps that show which areas of the globe will be facing major changes. Insurance companies and individuals are facing more climate-related disasters. At the same time, the reliability of several climate disasterwarning systems have changed, due to changing large- cale ocean oscillations. On March 23, , the US broke all tornado records with reported tornadoes.
It has to be one of the strangest weather phenomena of the decade. A Bournemouth, England resident was rained on by marble-sized balls of blue jelly. When he gingerly collected the slime, the Bournemouth University reported that they appeared to be fish eggs. Unfortunately, it was slimy blue mystery eggs, not caviar. Skip to main content. Evelyn Garriss's Blog.
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Jump to navigation. Evelyn Browning believes that Decadal Oscillations, among other factors, are the cause of observed changes in worldwide climate. Skeptical Science explains why this concept is not the smoking gun that some climate change skeptics believe it is. We had a little ice age.